Do you fancy speaking musical Italian, sophisticated French, sensuous Spanish or intriguing Russian? This September, Eton Institute, the largest language training and professional development centre in the UAE, will commemorate the European Day of Languages with free language lessons and cultural workshops for the public. The European Day of Languages, observed on 26 September every year, is an initiative which celebrates the rich linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe while promoting cross-cultural understanding. With an active Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, Eton Institute will be supporting this initiative by offering free language and culture workshops, assessment services and consultations with language experts to the public on the day.
Moaz Khan, Marketing Manager at Eton Institute commented: “Over the years, Europe has emerged as the heart of art, literature and philosophy and has been growing together as a nation, rather than different countries sharing a continent. The European unity has been only been strengthened by its wonderful diversity in language, culture and cuisine. From romantic Venetian waterways and indulgent French cuisine to colourful Spanish dancers and perfect German cars, every bit of Europe has its own vibrant personality.”
He added “The European Day of Languages Celebration at Eton Institute is a tribute to this flamboyant continent and is a great opportunity for the public to experience the languages and culture of Europe right here in Dubai!”
Individuals can join free language workshops throughout the day for French, Spanish, Italian, Business English, German and Russian. They can also receive free consultations with a language and communications expert and find out their proficiency level with free assessments in all popular languages. Furthermore, attendees can indulge in traditional snacks from across Europe as well as win exciting prizes.
The European Day of Languages Celebration will be held on 26 September at Eton Institute in Dubai Knowledge Village and will be free to attend for all members of the public. Places for the free workshops and consultations will be offered on a first-come first-served basis. Prior confirmation is recommended to avoid disappointment.